Query re 1000 plan

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  1. sarah5

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    I have been doing 790 for about 7 weeks now and am thinking about moving up to 1000 in the next couple of weeks. Is there a specific time you are "supposed" to move up the plans? Are you supposed to wait until you have lost all the weight before you move up the steps? I have been doing so well on 790 but am getting quite bored with it and worried I'm going to start picking, so thought now might be a good time to move to the 1000 plan.

    Any help would be REALLY appreciated :)
     
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    Hi Sarah,

    From speaking to my counsellor, my understanding is that you are not supposed to follow 790 or any of the lower plans once you have a bmi of 25 or below. Ideally you should start moving up the plans when you have a bmi of 27-26 so that by the time you reach a bmi of 25 you are on at least the 1000 plan.

    I am currently on 790 and getting very close to bmi 25 now and will be moving up to 1000 plan on the weekend - I am both a little scared and excited about moving up.

    Good luck with the rest of your journey xx
     
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    Thanks for the advice Ruth, my BMI is now 27 and I only need to get to BMI 25 (I am very tall so a lower BMI makes me too thin!) which should be just over another stone to lose. So I think I will take this as a good enough time to move up to the 1000 plan now.. I only really want some fruit to be honest. I have not been in ketosis for ages and am still getting good weight loss results so am feeling optimistic.

    Any other opinions?
     
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